Kelly Lasiter (Granite City, IL): Administrative assistant
Scott Simpson (Reston, VA): Foreign service officer
CHAMP: Rich Blashka
ALSO IN THE SHAKESPEARE PLAY
WE MEAN BUSINESS
WORDS THAT SHOULD RHYME
Rich: $2K/Scott: $4K/Kelly: $1,200
Kelly’s the holder of the DD for this rd. for the $1K Also in the Shakespeare Play screen, who just increased to $2800; the other challenger has improved by eight Benjamins. She attempts for the early 1st-place tie.
Sir Robert Brakenbury, Lieutenant of the Tower
“What is Richard III?”…Kelly has $4800 also.
SOLE ATTEMPTED TS: $600 (We Mean Business)
UNATTEMPTED LT: $1400
TOTAL LT: $2K
Rich: $4,600/Scott: $6,200/Kelly: $5K
THE WOMAN IN THE MOVIE
FILE UNDER “OZ”
WHEN THE WALLS FELL
Rich selects the $1600 “OZ” & DD #1 magically pops up as his score’s $9K; Kelly’s $800 off of the champ for 2nd & Scott’s still in front for $13K. Rich gambles two too.
From the Greek for “ancient” & “animal”, this era of geologic time began about 540M yrs. ago.
It’s the Paleozoic…but his pronunciation’s UNACCEPTABLE. Scott selects DD #2 using the $1200 Italian Composer & he stands at $13,400; the other challenger has hit five-figures for $10,200. The male challenger will risk $3600.
Vincenzo Bellini was one of the main proponents of this operatic style whose name means “beautiful singing”.
“What is Bel canto?”…that will bring him a happy tune.
DJ! LT: $4800
Rich: $10,200/Scott: $21,400/Kelly: $11,400
FJ! #217: LANDLOCKED COUNTRY NAMES
One in Europe & one in Africa, these two landlocked countries start w/ the same two letters & end w/ the same four.
RICH: “What are Andorra + Angola?” ($10K) = $200
KELLY: “What are Switzerland and Swaziland?” (DOUBLE) = $22,800
SCOTT: “What are Tanzania and Romania?” = $19,999